A gruesome domestic moment
It’s amazing what you discover when you type “blood” and “recipe” into Google. I did it with regard to the “Eat Right for Your Blood Type” theory, thinking my semi-annual diet thoughts.
I got all kinds of stuff I wasn’t expecting.
www.exposure.co.uk/eejit/blood/blood.html and www.halloween-website.com/fake_blood.htm Will actually provide recipes for fake blood if you’re filming your own horror flick. Useful to know when those nice people with pamphlets ring the doorbell and you want to answer a la Carrie, perhaps with the optional butcher knife in hand.
http://www.shades-of-night.com/painneck/blood.html offers a variety of recipes for consumption, including mint blood and chocolate blood. Sounds even better than snacking on the gals at the Rocky Mountain chocolate factory.
http://www.angelfire.com/home/darkrealms/recipes.html has a few recipes I recognize from historical cookery that contain actual blood, like blood pudding. After all, when you were butchering your own animals, you didn’t waste a single thing. That seems more respectful than the current factory processes. This site also has some mixed drink recipes (suitably red) that look worth exploring.
And, of course, there was what I was actually looking for: www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipes.htm FWIW, a lot of people scoff at the Blood Type diets, but I find following mine actually works pretty well.